10.15.2015

Bloggers Choice Fabric Bundle - Giveaway!

I am so excited! My Blogger's Choice Fat Quarter Bundle from Fat Quarter Shop is now in stock and available for purchase. I had so much fun combining Joel Dewberry, Tula Pink, Elizabeth Hartman and Vanessa Christensen, now I can't wait to sew something bright and cheery with these fun fat quarters. 

I'd love for you to sew something from these as well! I've teamed up with Fat Quarter Shop and today they're giving away one Fat Quarter Bundle!

So, how do I enter to win?!?!


Simply leave a comment and tell me if you like large scale prints or small scale prints, and why? Personally I love small scale prints in my quilt tops, and large scale prints for my backings.

GIVE-AWAY IS CLOSED, winner is Anne Simonot!

139 comments:

  1. I fall in love with so many large prints; however, small prints are easier to work with. I agree with you small for piecing and large for the back :)

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  2. I prefer small prints. They seem more traditional and I like traditional versus modern quilts.

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  3. Me, too! Small prints on front large for back.

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  4. I love the surprises you get when you cut a big print up! I really use both on the front.

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  5. i love to use both in my quilts, front or back! thanks for the chance to win

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  6. I think it depends on the quilt. Generally I do the opposite of what I've done on the front with back :)

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  7. Either! Fun to create with both : )

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  8. I only use small prints, but I am trying to change that habit. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  9. I agree with you. I like to use solids or close to in my piecing, but I love to piece a back with large scale prints!

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  10. both in different quilts, thanks for the giveaway

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  11. My preference changes with the day! I really love both and work to find patterns that will show off whichever I'm in the mood to use.

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  12. I'm with you. Practically, I use small scale prints on quilt tops and large scale on backs. But I'm drawn to large scale prints, and often use them fire my quilt inspiration.

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  13. I like to mix them up--it creates a lot of interest, in my opinion.

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  14. I'll use whatever prints I fall in love with, but I do find large prints challenging to work with sometimes. They might look good cut into pieces or they might look odd. I agree that putting them on the back is a great way to use them.

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  15. I like small scale prints, I think they are easier to use.

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  16. I like small scale prints fir the quilt top with a larger scale matching print for the border if I decide to put a border on it and for the backing. I just love frabic!

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  17. I'm just here because I love those big elephants!!! <3 <3 <3 They would look so pretty fussy-cut to really add a fun touch to a quilt!

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  18. I like smaller prints-much easier to work with. Seem to go well with most any pattern. Big prints are fun too but I don't use them as much.

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  19. I prefer small scale prints, even if I have a lot of large scale in my stash!

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  20. I prefer small scale prints. I find they just work better in quilt tops. delch81@gmail.com

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  21. I love the small print and the saturation of color they add!

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  22. I like smaller prints. To me, they add subtle texture. janinebaldwin@comcast.net

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  23. HELLO, I like smaller prints too; I'm a floral print lover! Thanks so for your Blog+for sharing a sweet giveaway!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  24. I gravitate to smaller prints, especially geometrics but depending upon the pattern, large prints can be fun.

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  25. I prefer small scale prints. They are easier to use in my opinion. I also like large scale prints for my backings.

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  26. И я люблю тоже мелкие отпечатки!

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  27. I like both small and large scale prints but I probably tend to use more small scale ones since I've been making more mini quilts lately.

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  28. I prefer small to medium scale prints. Not really a fan of some modern fabric designers for this reason - I find those large scale prints harder to use. annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  29. I have only just recently started using large scale prints and I am loving it. Feels very daring and exciting. My go to would still be small to medium but would interview large scale where before I'd never consider them as an option. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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  30. I prefer small prints on front large for back or fussy on front.

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    1. I prefer small print for my quilts or fussy cut for the larger prints

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  31. I think I prefer small prints because when I chop them up to make the things I make,big patterns get lost.

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  32. Hands down small scale prints. They are much more versatile than large scale prints. Thanks for this chance!

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  33. A small prints for me. I, too, use the large prints on the back.

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  34. Mostly small scale prints, and mostly fairly monochromatic- at least for actually working with

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  35. If I HAVE to make a choice, I'd be like you, making the quilt from small scale prints on the front and large scale prints on the back, but honestly, I like to include a mix of large and small scale prints in most projects. Thank you for the lovely giveaway–I love the group of fabrics you've put together.

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  36. I do use mostly small scale prints is my quilts.

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  37. I love small scale prints the most. They are easier to use in the blocks I like to make and I love 30's repros which are mostly small scale.

    Sandy A

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  38. I like small scale prints because of the detail! So fun to work with.

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  39. I like both! I love to make zipper bags and tote bags using a large print and a coordinating or contrasting small print. Your collection is just lovely!

    MGM

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  40. I generally like small prints, but I'm starting to use larger blocks and I'm finding use for some larger prints.

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  41. I'm with you, liking the small prints, very versatile and the large prints do make great backin, they work well for borders too. OhOh.....fingers crossed!

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  42. I'm just like you, I like small prints too! Thanks for the chance to win these beautiful fabrics!

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  43. I love the drama of large scale prints but I find it difficult to find the best pattern to show them off-in a way they deserve to be seen. As a result, i find small prints work together with a few larger one put in the mix. I do think color often determines usage, more so than scale. Wondeful fabrics and Thanks for a chance to win. Dian gdavidhoffmanatyahoodotcom

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  44. I love the drama of large scale prints but I find it difficult to find the best pattern to show them off-in a way they deserve to be seen. As a result, i find small prints work together with a few larger one put in the mix. I do think color often determines usage, more so than scale. Wondeful fabrics and Thanks for a chance to win. Dian gdavidhoffmanatyahoodotcom

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  45. I like small scale prints...they just seem easier to use!

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  46. Each has their place for sure but if pressed I would have to say small scale:
    g.dunn@shaw.ca

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  47. I like both. If I use a large print I find a pattern that will show them off. Small prints do lend themselves {?} to more options.

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  48. I really love tiny prints! my daughter is the opposite!

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  49. I prefer smaller prints as I tend to do smaller piecing. I can fussy cut larger designs, but not often. Still learning how to design, so know the more I follow quilt blogs and sites I can expand my preferences.

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  50. I have same preference as you! Small for piecing and large ones for backing...love these selections! thanks for the chance to win!

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  51. I prefer smaller prints so things don't get too busy

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  52. I like to make traditional quilt blocks which I think look best with a small scale print. But every once in a while I am not able to resist a large scale print - especially if it is bright and colorful.

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  53. I never like the results of large scale so I am definitely a small scale print person. Seems I only use large scale for backings.

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  54. Typically small scale but I am trying to learn to love large scale!

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  55. I love both! Small scales for small pieces but sometimes it's great to have just a small part of a big scale, for adding an interest on the quilt!

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  56. I'm new to quilting so small is better for me. I find bigger more complicated and not as easy to get right in a quilt.

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  57. I totally agree, large prints for the background fabric and small prints for smaller pieces make for a less busy quilts.

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  58. I like small scale prints for my quilttops with a larger scale matching print for the border and for the backing.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  59. I totally agree with you - small scale prints are close to solids and leave room for beautiful quilting. Large scale prints give a holistic outlook for the quilt back.

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  60. I love small prints, too, mostly because I love scrappy quilts and mostly use smaller pieces. But I love bigger prints for bags or quilt backings:-)

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  61. I love both mixing together but often I feel that somehow it works best with more small scale prints and just one or two large scale prints as an accent.

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  62. Both depending where I use it.

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  63. I love many large scale prints, but I never know how to use them in my quilts.

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  64. I think a quilt really needs both. Thanks for the chance to win your great fabric bundle.

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  65. I love mixing small to large prints in my quilts to add lots of visual interest. This is a fabulous bundle!

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  67. I prefer small prints but large prints are needed too, they can pack a punch! Thank you for the chance. :) tghjlw @ gmail.com

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  68. I rather choose the small prints because I'd like to make some pillows for my living room.
    Thanks for the chance,
    Edit from Hungary

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  69. Small scale prints are workhorses for me because they are so versatile. My large scale prints usually end up fussy cut to highlight a certain detail in the fabric. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  70. I prefer small print fabrics. With a larger print I feel like you may be cutting most of the image away. Thanks for the opportunity to win fabric!

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  71. I love the small scale prints too. I do mostly applique quilts like from Anne Sutton of Bunny Hill or pieced picture quilts like those from Lori Holt of Bee in My Bonnet ~ small prints work the best.

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  72. I like small prints better most of the time. I like larger flower prints.I like the smaller prints because it gives the quilt more detail.

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  73. I love smaller scale prints for my quilt tops, sometimes a medium scale to mix it up and give it a little more interest.

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  74. Usually drawn to small scale prints. Love your bundle choices. Thanks for the inspriation!

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  75. If I have to choose one, it would be small scale prints. I love the visual texture with the smaller prints and they are very versatile to use. Nice bundle!

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  76. I do as you do, small prints for the piecing and large for the backing. But right now I'm using small prints like these to make the Necessary Clutch for my Christmas gifts. Thanks for the chance to win these great fabrics!

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  77. I'm with you -- love small prints for patchwork, but also love to feature a pretty, bigger print for the back.

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  78. Small scale prints are sure easier to use but every now and then I get sucked in by the larger ones...
    Having said that...Large and small can be a matter of perspective and I often wind up with a medium one!lol

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  79. Lately the large prints are catching my eye and my stash of them is growing. Haven't decided what kind of quilt I will make yet but love hexagons and think the large prints would be awesome.

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  80. That's a hard one. I really like both and will look for patterns that feature large prints well, but small prints are so great to use everywhere. I used to use mostly large scale prints for backing, but lately I have been choosing smaller scale prints which usually show off the quilting more. I like whatever catches my eye best!

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  81. I love both large and small prints for quilting,but use mostly small,as just started quilting.

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  82. I love small scale prints...I think because I like wee small blocks! And large prints on the back...so pretty! Thanks for the chance!
    Paulette

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  83. Well to be honest I love them both. But if I have to choose I will say the small scale.
    Suekaiser826@gmail.com

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  84. I like small scale prints I just like to see the pattern in the fabric.

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  85. The majority of the time I prefer small scale prints, but occasionally a large scale print will fit perfectly into place. So I just never know for sure. Your new line of fabric is really spectacular! How fantastic for you and such a wonderful achievement! Thank you for sharing. Have a wonderful creative day! brend_ack@yahoo.com

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  86. I agree with you, I love small scale prints for the quilt tops, and large scale prints for the backings. Thank you for a wonderful giveaway.
    sascott4@hotmail.com

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  87. I love to use small scale prints for piece work. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  88. I prefer small prints. I like the smaller concentration of colour...I guess.

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  89. Ir's small scale just because I have a really hard time figuring out how to use the large scale when piecing a quilt top. I start fussy cutting way too much with the larger prints.
    ktsquiltdreams@gmail.com

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  90. My daughter is piecing a quilt now with Atrium. I'm partial to small to medium prints.

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  91. I like both,it just depends on what i am making ,and the size of the block sometimes.

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  92. I like both small and large print. You can add them to the same quilt for different effects.

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  93. I like both small and large print, it just depends on the pattern i'm making, but I do use more of the small print.

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  94. I prefer smaller prints for my quilts as I tend to make small quilts.

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  95. I am trying to use more large scale prints these days, to get a more modern feel in my quilts. The smaller scale prints are definitely easier to work with and are a must have!

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  96. I could make a Quilt of Valor for a female Veteran!!

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  97. I do not see my comment so will re-enter it. I use both large and small but, lean toward small to medium prints. I love larger prints when I fussy cut.

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  98. Small Prints, It is much easier to piece with other fabric colors/prints. I feel large prints are great for many things but not when you have other fabric choices that deal with prints.

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  99. I work with both, but it is hard to find small scale prints that don't look like reproduction prints - I think that vibrant color has a lot to do with it. Large scale prints work as is and often when cut down are quite interesting as well.

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  100. Small scale for me. I tend to go for smaller piecing so the small scale works best. Large scale gets lost.

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  101. I like small scale prints because I like detail, and you can arrange these fabrics in so many different ways, that's not to say that large scale prints don't have their place, they most certainly do. For a quick quilt I like to use large scale prints.Backings also work well for large scale prints. Thank you.

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  102. I very rarely buy specific fabrics for a project, so I use whatever I have. Sometimes its large print sometimes small print. Combos or Sometimes (gasp) just solids. LOL.

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  103. I love small prints for piecing quilt tops ♡ the detail makes for one of a kind projects.. I'm with you on using bigger prints for backing x

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  104. I like small prints better although you can use a large print to make a focus point which can make a statement.

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  105. I prefer small scale prints when piecing.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  106. Small because I can coordinate them w/all the large scale I already own.

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  107. Usually I like small scale prints with lots of color to use as contrasts !

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  108. I prefer small scale prints in my quilts. I just like how they look better. I will use larger scale prints for my borders & backing.

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  109. I definitely prefer smaller prints for pieced blocks, but I love your idea of using large prints for backings. I'm always conservative when it comes to the backing and need to be more bold! Thanks for the opportunity to win this fun bundle!

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  110. I seem to find brighter colors in large prints so am drawn to them
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  111. For piecing, I love the smaller prints...but for applique I use the larger Kaffe or Tula Pink prints. I love doing some fussy cutting for applique and the larger prints work very well.

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  112. Love the small prints for the tops!

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  113. At the moment I'm doing a lot of foundation paper piecing, so I prefer small scale. But I've always been drawn to large scale prints

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  114. I prefer small scale prints since they read like solids but add more texture to the quilt.

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  115. I just looked through my stash. It appears that I prefer small prints. I do like a larger, all over print for the back.

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  116. I'm a beginner but I love colors - small prints or large...no matter!

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  117. I like smaller prints but I also am beginning to experiment with larger prints.

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  118. Small scale prints! I just love the daintiness of them!

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  119. I love small prints, they work so well with the minis I like to make!

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  120. I love fabric..... but large floral prints are a special challenge & lots of fun. In my 'golden' years I need all the fun I can find!!!

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  121. I love both large and small scale print fabrics. I use them based upon who I'm quilting for and what my method of piecing is. I tend to use smaller prints for paper piecing.

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  122. I'm with you, I like the larger scale prints on the backing as long as they don't reveal the piecing that I used to get the right size. I prefer the small to medium scale prints for my blocks because the shapes of the bigger prints are sometimes lost when the pieces are cut.

    linda_collum@hotmail.com

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  123. I am loving the Lori Holt's Vintage Farm Girl sew along and I love the smaller prints for all of those sweet blocks.

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  124. I love the large scale for a modern quilt and the small prints for the backing. either way the fabrics are all beautiful!!!!!!!

    Thanks
    Annette Parsons

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  125. I love the small prints. They are easier to match when making a multicolored quilt.

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  126. I prefer smaller prints for their versitality on the front and larger for the back. Sometimes a larger print for the border.
    What ever seems to work.

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  127. I generally use the small to medium scale prints. I do have some large scale that I would like to use sometime. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  128. I like to combine both for an Old World effect.

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  129. I actually like both, as I think they add interest, as long as the piecing is not too intricate.

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  130. I like small scale prints. I find large scale prints difficult to work with.

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  131. I generally prefer small prints for piecing, however, I try to have a variety of scales for variety. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  132. I prefer small prints for my quilts mostly because they look delicate and old-fashion.

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  133. Love those colours and prints in your Bloggers Choice bundle!!! I prefer small prints for the front of a quilt and large prints for the backs of quilts, it seems to look the best this way for me!

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  134. Either works for me. I'm a modern quilter, I do whatever with whatever I have. Love your blog, and your FMQ is so inspiring.

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  135. It depends of the size of my piecing.....but for the back I definitely love large scale prints.

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